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My College, and Activities

Just in case if you were wondering more about who I am. Which, in fact, I don't think you are, but if you were, let me give you the option of telling you more about myself. I am in my Junior year at New Hampshire College (Southern NH University starting in July of 2001). I am working on a double major for my bachelor of Science in both Marketing, and Computer Information Systems. (Man, this sounds like a Resumé). Currently, I play baseball for NHC (Div.II) as a Center Fielder, and Third Baseman. (Check out my baseball statistics). Along with participating in Athletics, every Friday evening at 7PM I hold my own radio show, on radio NHC titled as the Sullivan's Sports Show. On the show, I have had many listeners from all over the world that would call in and talk about sports. The radio show is in web-radio format, and anyone who happens to be connected to the Internet can listen to the show. If you would like to talk on the air LIVE, please use the Contact Information Page. In the Contact Information page, you will notice a form. Simply fill out that form, and I will let you talk LIVE, or I will read your questions over the air.

For those of you who are wondering, I DO NOT live on campus, in fact, I commute 20 minutes daily. I simply think that it would be a waste of money living on campus, especially since I live so close to the college. However, I like the college, it's a great place, I have met alot of great people there, etc.

To conclude, at this present moment in time, I am on Christmas break. I do not go back until the 16th of January. Then all the same stuff happens again. Studying, reading, etc. One thing that I am looking forward to is starting up baseball practice once again. During the off-season we work out at 6:30 AM and 7:00 AM. As a matter of fact, I like starting this early in the morning. Usually I am up early in the morning, so these practice schedules do not bother me. In fact, what would life be like without baseball?? There is nothing like America's Pastime.